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DON QUIXOTE: (Review by David Johnson)

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THE TROUBADOUR AND THE NUN: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: St. John Passion, BWV 245. Easter Oratorio, BWV 249. Ascension Oratorio, BWV 11. Mass in b, BWV 232“ (Review by Brian Robins)

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BARRATT: Sonata for Trumpet, Hautboy, Two Violins, and Basses (Review by David Johnson)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Concerto No. 5 In E♭ for Piano and Orchestra, op. 73 (“Emperor“). Fantasia in C for Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra, op. 80 (Review by William Zagorski)

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BLOW, JOHN: I little thought (Review by David Johnson)

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BLOW, JOHN: Lovely Salina (Review by David Johnson)

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BLOW, JOHN: Stay, gentle Echo (Review by David Johnson)

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BLOW, JOHN: Venus and Adonis (Review by David Johnson)

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BLOW, JOHN: Venus and Adonis (Review by David Johnson)

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BLUNDEVILLE: Beneath this gloomy shade (Review by David Johnson)

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BOTTRIGARI: Il cantar novo (Review by Brian Robins)

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BUONO, GIOVANNI PIETRO DEL: Tre Sonate sopra Ave Maris Stella (Review by Brian Robins)

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ECCLES, JOHN: Ah! how Lovely, sweet and dear. Awake, awake, thy Spirits Raise (Review by David Johnson)

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ECCLES, JOHN: Fixt on the fair Miranda's eyes. Releive, the fair Belinda said. Come, let us howle. Let us revell and roar. Hey hoe! (Review by David Johnson)

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EREDIA: Passa la vita (Review by Brian Robins)

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FINGER, GOTTFRIED: Sonata for Violin, Hautboy, and Basse (Review by David Johnson)

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GESUALDO: Tu m'uccidi. Occhi del mio cor vita (Review by Brian Robins)

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GIBBONS, CHRISTOPHER/LOCKE, MATTHEW: Cupid and Death (Review by David Johnson)

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GIBBONS, CHRISTOPHER/LOCKE, MATTHEW: Cupid and Death (Review by David Johnson)

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HALL, WILLIAM: These full two hours now (Review by David Johnson)

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HILDEGARD OF BINGEN: Ordo Virtutum (Review by J. F. Weber)

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KAPSBERGER, JOHANN: Care lagrime mie (Review by Brian Robins)

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KING, ROBERT: False, foolish Heart! No; to what purpose (Review by David Johnson)

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KING, WILLIAM: I wonder what those lovers mean. What Mines of Sulphur. Go bid the Needle. It gave a pit'eous groan (Review by David Johnson)

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LEVERIDGE: Black and Gloomy as the Grave (Review by David Johnson)

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MAZZOCCHI: Lamentum Matris Euiyati. Chiudesti i lumi, Armida (Review by Brian Robins)

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MERULA: Canzonetta sacra (Review by Brian Robins)

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MONTEVERDI: Chiome d'oro. O come sei gentile. Se pur destina. Non è de gentil core. Ohimè, dov'è il mio ben. Lament of Penelope, lo son pur. Cantate Domino. Sancta Maria. Laudate Dominum. Venite sitientes. Exulta filia Sion. O bone Jesu. Iste confessor (Review by J. F. Weber)

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MONTEVERDI: Soprano Duets and Solos (Review by J. F. Weber)

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NENNA: S'io taccio. Ecco, o mio dolce pena. Ancide sol la morta (Review by Brian Robins)

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PIGOTT: Ask me not (Review by David Johnson)

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PURCELL: Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 5 (Review by Heuwell Tircuit)

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PURCELL: I Came, I saw, and was undon. They say youre angry. No; to what purpose. She loves, and she confesses (Review by David Johnson)

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PURCELL: No, no, no, resistance is but vain. Sweeter than Roses. Lovely Albina. Let the dreadfull Engines. From Rosie Bow'rs. Love thou canst hear. The Fatal Hour. Lost is my Quiet. Bacchus is a Pow'r divine (Review by David Johnson)

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PURCELL: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary, Z. 338 (“Welcome, welcome, glorious morn“). Welcome Song for King Charles II, Z. 337 (“The summer's absence unconcerned we bear“). Ode for the Centenary of Trinity College Dublin, Z. 327 (“Great Parent, Hail!“) (Review by Heuwell Tircuit)

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PURCELL: Symphony Bonduca (Review by David Johnson)

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PURCELL, D.: With Horns and with Hounds. Sonata for Two Trumpets, Two Violins, Tenor, and Basses (Review by David Johnson)

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PURCELL, DANIEL: On yonder Bed Supinely Laid. Underneath a gloomy shade (Review by David Johnson)

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REGGIO: Now by my love. By Heav'n I'll tell her boldly. 'Tis well, 'tis well, with them. Then like some wealthy Island. I thought, I'll swear. Unhurt, untoucht. 'Tis a strange kind of Igno'rance. Though all thy gestures (Review by David Johnson)

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ROSSI, MICHELANGELO: O prodighi. Toccata settima (Review by Brian Robins)

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TOPHAM: Sonata in Seven Parts (Review by David Johnson)

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WAESICH: Canzona seconda. Canzona decimaquarta (Review by Brian Robins)

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WELDON: The appointed Hour. Take, O take those Lips away (Review by David Johnson)

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WELDON: This way Mortal bend thy Eyes. Hark the glorious Voice of war (Review by David Johnson)

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